Originating out of Vancouver Island, Canada, Timewarp or Texada Timewarp has been grown on both the Texada and Vancouver Islands for decades. The strain was originally clone-only and is descended from a Canadian landrace hybrid that is mostly Sativa. Unfortunately, the first iteration of this strain is nearly non-existent but a few breeders have inbred and back-crossed it to create the strain in seed form. Breeders that have created their own version of Timewarp include Jordan of the Islands, BC Bud Depot and the Next Generation Seed Company. Often tasting of lemons with a slight hint of pine, Timewarp instills a lighter calming body buzz and a bright cerebral uplifting high.
Suitable for daytime use as most users do not end up feeling lethargic and weighed down, Timewarp may help make some lesser pains more manageable. Its uplifting effects may help stave off the symptoms of anxiety, stress and depression.
Timewarp is somewhat of a rare breed, it was specifically designed to be grown outdoors, where some plants can reach up to 13 feet. Created for those growers that felt they had to sacrifice flavor and potency for survivability, the strain resists pests and molds. It also has sturdy branches that can stand strong against winds. Not much information is left about growing true Timewarp but its descendants generally finish in late September or mid-October. Yields for these strains range between between 100 and 600 grams per plant.
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We grew Timewarp in early 90's in peat bogs on vancouver island... one of my all time favorites! We sourced it from folks in Powell River and Texada.... they said it was an Aghani and the clone originally came from northern cali.. which made sense to me...years later I'd get Aghani from old timers in southern Humboldt grown from seed... some of the plants had that exact same unique smell and look as the timewarp... classic strain, I wonder if anyone on the B.C. islands still has the original living
Timewarp was one of my faves... we grew it in the bogs in early 90's on vancouver island... the folks we sourced it from in Powell river and Texada said the clone was an afghani origin that came from no cal... which made sense to me.. years later I would score some afghani in sohum grown from seed by some old timers... some of those plants had the exact same unique aroma that I've only found in timewarp... what a great strain!
Ambr! Can you fill us in a bit more please! I hope you see this and can reach out some how. I got a clone from a buddy and this was the first time i grew this strain.. I am super impressed! I would like to know more of the story.
Probably my favourite strain, both to grow and consume. Wonderful aromas and flavours, beautiful visually and awesome at the end of a stressful day. Just preparing to plant out now and looking forward to another delicious crop, finishing in early October.